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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #119672: Causatives with Have
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: To have someone do something | Grammar [Change theme]
    > Similar tests: - 'Make someone do'/'Have something done': (a little further) - Causative clauses: making someone do something - Make someone do/ Be made to do - Causative clauses and passive form with Have - Causative Form - To talk someone into / out of doing something ... - Do / Make - Make or have + infinitive
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    1. Next week, John will have his old kitchen door replaced by a carpenter.

    2. They have had Sandra close the door.

    3. She said that her friend had bought a whistle.

    4. I am having John wash the car.

    5. My English teacher had me do my homework within a week.

    6. Tomorrow, my parents will have our cat vaccinated by the veterinary.

    7. Try to remember that, in our village, we do not have such feasts.

    8. I only spoke because I have to obey orders, because I always obey them.

    9. I am not worried, our skipper will have our team win this boat race.

    10. My computer broke down. I need to have it repaired quickly !

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